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Applied Sciences & Humanities

Applied Sciences and Humanities instructs and advances viable parts of Applied Sciences and Humanities to assemble a strong establishment as a major aspect of the Engineering Education. This B.tech course covers understudies for center building branches by instructing them in the fundamental sciences of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, English relational abilities, Economics, and Principles of Management in the main year. Natural investigations make our understudies stewards of the condition that supports us, our families and networks now and later on.

About Department

The Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities instructs and advances viable parts of Applied Sciences and Humanities to assemble a strong establishment as a major aspect of the Engineering Education. The department plans understudies for center building branches by instructing them in the fundamental sciences of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics,English relational abilities ,Economics and Principles of Management in the main year. Natural investigations make our understudies stewards of the condition that supports us, our families and networks now and later on. The department, which has been a necessary piece of the school offering understudies different center parts of building, is dedicated to cultivate the comprehension of essential logical standards. The scholastic projects of this department are intended to meet the necessities of developing innovation.

Employment Opportunities

Students of the humanities are not just well-versed in their subject, they are also great communicators and excellent writers. They often have a love of arts and people as well. These qualities translate to a host of job options. We provides them the opportunities world wide. The English Communication skills laboratory is an integral part of the department. Students receive training in written and verbal communication essential to succeed in the work place.

Applied Sciences & Humanities

Program Overview

APPLIED CHEMISTRY

This subpart is giving a fundamental learning of applied science and Environment Engineering to all parts of first year B.Tech understudies. The division has very much prepared labs for B.Tech. understudies where tests are intended to widen trial aptitudes identified with different testing and titration of synthetic concoctions, for example, EDTA titration, streak and flame point, coal examination and so forth.

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Mathematics is essential for the engineering network. Understudies use mathematics to understand and taking care of engineering issues. The schedules have been structured in the zones of Applied Mathematics, Computational Techniques and Statistical testing to confer the sound learning of the different scientific apparatuses utilized and their applications in the engineering disciplines,cosity, cloud & power point and so forth.

ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS

The English Communication skill is an integral part of the department. Students receive training in written and verbal communication essential to succeed in the work place.

HUMANITIES

Humanities grant guidelines to understudies of the different engineering orders and take into account their requirements in the regions of English and, financial aspects, specialized correspondence, specialized report composing, modern association and administrative economics.

Applied Sciences & Humanities Subject plans

1st Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
English Communication Skills
Theory 100 HS-101
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Theory 100 PH-101/ CH-101
Engineering Math-I
Theory 100 MA-101
Engineering Mechanics/ Principles of Electrical Engineering
Theory 100 ME-101/ EE-101
Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C++/ Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering
Theory 100 CS-101/ EC-101
Engineering Drawing & Graphics/ Working Technology
Theory 100 ME-102/ ME-103
Environmental Science/ Disaster Management
Theory 100 HS-102/ HS-103
Communication Lab/ Electrical Engineering
Labs 50 HS-111/EE-111
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Labs 50 PH-111/CH-111
Computer Programming/ Electronics Engineering
Labs 50 CS-111/ EC-111
2nd Semester
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Business Communications
Theory 100 HS-204
Engineering Math-II
Theory 100 MA-202
Engineering Chemistry/ Physics
Theory 100 CH-101/ PH-101
Principles of Electrical Engineering/ Engineering Mechanics
Theory 100 EE-101/ ME-101
Fundamental of Electronics Engineering / Introduction to Fundamentals and Programming in C++
Theory 100 EC-101/ CS-101
Workshop Tehnology/ Engineering Design & Graphics
Theory 100 ME-103/ ME-102
Disaster Management / Environmental Science
Theory 100 HS-103/ HS-102
Electrical Engineering/ Communication
Labs 50 EE-111/ HS-111
Engineering Chemistry/ Engineering Physics
Labs 50 CH-111/ PH-111
Electronics Engineering/ Computer Programming
Labs 50 EC-111/ CS-111
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